Riverside Drive, in front of the Long Center
"...Catalina de Erauso is somebody who's slipped off the pages of most surveys of European history, but she's sticky enough to remain at the edges of the imagination. Intended for life in a convent in the early 17th century, she escaped and assumed a male identity..."
"...Lighting Rachel Atkinson, Scheherazade/TWENTYEIGHT/Catalina de Erauso/The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time/con flama..."
"...Earning the most nominations this year were Paper Chairs' original production Catalina de Erauso, and Dance Repertory Theatre's short-works program Fall for Dance, both of which received seven nominations. The UT Department of Theatre & Dance's production of ENRON captured six nods...."
"...8) CATALINA DE ERAUSO (Paper Chairs) Oh, Dustin Wills, how we've missed your bracingly inventive direction, and how well it served Elizabeth Doss' exploration of history through the dramatized life of a 17th century nun turned conquistador. Also among the year's best ensemble and design work...."